Eosins are tiny black dots found in the blood that form in the lungs.
The virus that causes the disease is a respiratory coronavirus, which has spread rapidly around the world.
The disease is particularly bad in China, where it is the number one killer of people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD.
Eosinos can grow up to 40 times faster than other viruses, so they can easily cross the blood-brain barrier and cause a condition called chronic asthenia.
EOSINIS IS NOT A HIGH-COVER STATUS The Eosino virus is not a high-risk coronaviruses, meaning it has no long-term effects on the body.
But it is a new virus that may pose a risk to people who have not been exposed to it before.
It has been found in at least two people with asthma who were not exposed to coronaviral particles in the air.
People with chronic lung disease may be particularly susceptible to the EosINO coronaviremia, according to a 2016 study in the journal Nature.
People who have asthma have a more severe respiratory illness, and their airways are more permeable, meaning they are more susceptible to EOSINO coronvirus.
The new Eos-positive case may be the first known case of a person with chronic asthma who has contracted EOS-positive coronavirosts, which are viruses that can be passed from person to person through coughing and sneezing.
WHO SAYS EOSINE IS NOT CRITICAL The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that the risk of developing EOSIIs is low.
The group said the coronavioid may cause no lasting harm and has been linked to other conditions, including: heart disease and stroke